How to Play PlayStation VR with the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift on PS4

Posted by Ben on August 27, 2018 05:04:23 The PlayStation VR headset is finally available for preorder on September 1.

That’s good news for VR enthusiasts who are eager to try out the new virtual reality experience, and it’s good for anyone looking to get into the VR gaming scene.

But what if you don’t want to spend a lot of money?

That’s where a new headset is available for purchase, a headset called the A40.

The A40 is the latest addition to the VR lineup from Sony, and you’ll find it in the PSVR store as well as at select retailers.

It’s an upgrade from the A25 headset, and the price is $199.99.

The headset comes with two VR modes, which will be the default on PlayStation VR.

There’s also a standalone mode for players to use the headset for more comfortable and immersive gaming.

There are also two positional tracking options, one for head-tracking and one for motion control.

In the first, you’ll be able to use a motion controller and a headset to navigate through the environment.

There are no external sensors in the headset, which means the A35 headset will not work with the PS4 Pro, PS4, and Xbox One.

There is one more option, which is for users to use their own smartphone, and use it to take full control of the headset and take control of VR games.

Sony is releasing a standalone headset for use with the PlayStation VR as well.

The headset will cost $199 and include a pair of headphones.

The PSVR headset also comes with PlayStation Camera support.

This feature lets you take virtual photos of the environment around you while the headset is on.

There is also an optional head-mounted camera that can track your head movements.

The price for the A4 headset is $399.99, and will be available in September for $399, $599, and $799.99 respectively.

The A4 is currently limited to $199, and PSVR will be selling it in limited quantities through retailers.

The Sony PlayStation VR will be released in September.

It will be priced at $499 for the headset with one headset and $599 for the other, with an expected release in the first quarter of 2020.